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Longville area lakes

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Any reports on Longville or Hackensack area lakes?

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I'm heading up Friday for new years will report when I get back

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Thanks!

 

Good luck!

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You know ice conditions Longville area?

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My son and I were on a smaller lake by Pine River yesterday.  I would say ice was between 10-12" where we were.  Thanks to the freezing rain on Christmas, there is a crust on top as well.

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I think I will be bringing the sled

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Fished mule on Saturday, caught plenty on smaller sunfish, keeping 5 7"-8" for a meal.  A few decent crappies mixed in but not many.

 

Fish where in 8-10 ft.of water in standing weeds.

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Hows the ice? Looking to go just 2 mi north this weekend on Wasburn...

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Ice was good for 4 wheelers 15 in or so.  Ice was solid on Saturday.  Not sure what the past couple days did.  We were out in an argo.

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Thanks⬆

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